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We witnessed on TV within hours of Flight MH370 reported missing, an adult Australian man on a beach in Thailand (on hols) telling reporters and cameramen:  "I looked up to see this huge passenger aircraft flying across the beach and on into the hills.  The plane was so low I could stare up and see the belly of the aircraft and so low as to almost touch the doors........   Where is that film clip today and who was this person?  His evidence was ignored as "experts" were called in to suggest the guy and all other beach goers that day were dreaming. Had that eyewitness been taken seriously  (and there were others) the plane was flying in a direction likely to curve and head towards Madagascar.   Rumours were suggesting on its way to Russia etc.  The "official" lunatic suggestions was that the plane turned over Indonesia and headed down...
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Do not fall for this ruse.  If you have just signed up, we suggest you IMMEDIATELY demand the bank's COPY OF YOUR LOAN APPLICATION FORM (11 pages).  Send to us if you think there are misstatements on there after you signed and without your knowledge or consent.  The Lair Loan Mortgage Scandal has suffered a dent and why banks are getting desperate.  Yes a $100 cash looks inviting but trust me not the Bank, it will be padded in elsewhere.  Want to know where?  Email me!  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  Where is ASIC?  Snoozing as usual?  Muddled Medcraft will just stand up for their bank mates and say its "marketing." Just as well we are on the ball and the Australian Broker News.  Meanwhile I will continue cleaning up the NAB messes that clutter my desk:  $400,000 buffer propped up "30 year" loans that become $600,000 in four years and implode under the weight...
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  • kddeed
    kddeed says #
    Westpac are just as bad, all tarred with the same brush!!!!
  • NABbed Nanna
    NABbed Nanna says #
    DO NOT TRUST THE NAB. Do not fall for their fraudulent ways. This offer is an absolute insult to consumers. Do Nab really belie
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